Kosse Cyclone

Fri
17
Feb

New Family Dollar and Community Health Clinic slated for Kosse

Journal Staff Report

Thu
02
Feb

Groesbeck Lions Club hears program about Kosse Cares and the Kosse Historical Society

By Tom Hawkins

Thu
05
Jan

West District Welcomes Bishop Scott Jones

Bishop Scott Jones was assigned to the Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church in the Fall. Bishop Jones makes his first official visit to this region known as the West District of the Texas Annual Conference on Saturday, January 21at First United Methodist Church in Bryan, Texas. The West District welcomes the Bishop with a Brunch Reception at 9:00 AM followed by a time of worship and an address from the Bishop at 9:45 AM.

Formerly a seminary professor at Perkins School of Theology at SMU in Dallas, he begins his ministry at the Texas Conference, which extends from Texarkana to south of Houston, after serving as the bishop of the Great Plains Conference in Kansas and Nebraska. The author of several books informed by the doctrine of Methodist founder John Wesley, he received his Masters' degree and PhD from Perkins School of Theology. Area United Methodists and other interested persons are invited to his reception and address.

Thu
22
Dec

Places of Worship in and around Kosse

 

Kosse Church of Christ – 500 S. Narcissus, Kosse, TX, (254) 375-2300

First Baptist Church – 100 S. Myrtle, Kosse, TX, (254) 375-2326

First Pentecostal Church – 500 E. Washington, Kosse, TX, (254) 375-2242

Global Harvest Ministries, Kosse, TX, (254) 375-2825

Common Ground Cowboy Church, Hwy. 14 between Kosse & Bremond

First United Methodist Church, W. Monroe at Adams St., Kosse, TX, (254) 375-2426

Blue Ridge Baptist Church, Kosse, TX

Mount Zion Baptist Church, Lilly St., Kosse, TX (254) 375-2219

Thu
22
Dec

Theresa Teafatiller and Mia

Four-year-old Mia got a chance to visit with Santa Claus last Thursday evening at the Kosse Community Christmas gathering, held at the Kosse Community Center. Pictured with Mia is her grandmother, Theresa Teafatiller.

Journal photo/Stephen R. Farris

Thu
22
Dec

Ashton Binion

21-month-old Ashton Binion didn’t quite know what to make of the jolly old man in the white beard and red suit last Thursday at the Kosse Community Christmas Celebration.

Journal photo/Stephen R. Farris

Thu
22
Dec

Kosse Heritage Society

 

 

The Kosse Heritage Society is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that is working to preserve Kosse’s past and present for the future. Headquartered in the Kosse Heritage House, a wonderful old home that was donated for that purpose, we collect and display photos, old newspapers and memorabilia so others can enjoy the discovery of generations past.

Memberships begin at only $25/yr.  Come and join with us on the 4th Monday night of the month at 6:30 p.m. If you have items of interest you would like to share, especially old pictures of people, homes/ buildings/vehicles/wagons etc. please contact us.

For more info call Sue Mills (254) 375-2441 or by mail at P.O. Box 51, Kosse, TX  76653.

Thu
22
Dec

Kosse Community Center

Renovations were made just in time for the annual Kosse Community Christmas Celebration, held at the Kosse Community Center last Thursday. A fun time was had by all that attended and a special guest made a visit from way up north just for the kiddos!

Journal photo/Stephen R. Farris

Thu
22
Dec

Kosse Christmas

Members of the Kosse community gathered at the Kosse Community Center last Thursday for the annual Christmas Celebration that’s been held for the past 40 plus years. Everyone in attendance enjoyed delicious food and fellowship, while the kids anxiously awaited the arrival of Santa Claus who was escorted in on one of the Kosse Volunteer Fire Department’s trucks.

Journal photo/Stephen R. Farris

Thu
22
Dec

Kosse Christmas Yard Winners

Leave it to Kosse Mayor Jarrod J. Eno to go all out in decorating his home for the Christmas Holidays. This is just a portion of what was lighted up as the camera couldn’t catch the beautiful wide array of lights strung up and additional decorations that graced the entire property. However, although as grand as it is, heis home was not eligible for the Best Christmas Yard contest, sponsored by the Kosse Chamber of Commerce. Winners for this year are: 1st place – Amanda Arabie; 2nd place – Christina Lockkery; 3rd place – Mr. Clifford Johnson.

Journal photo/Stephen R. Farris

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